Domaine Des Buis, Marin D’Eau Douce (Aveyron) - Pauline Broqua is a talented new winemaker who learned her craft with Nicolas Carmarans who makes the most drinkable wines we’ve ever tasted. This is her second vintage of a red blend of Fer Sevadou and Cabernet Franc.
Les Vins Du Cabanon, Ezo (Roussillon) – The legendary Alain Castex makes wines from only 1 hectare of 100 year old vines. This blend of Syrah and Merlot shows intense fruit and drinkability.
Bodegas Albamar, Rias Baixas, Capitan Xurelo (Galicia) - Small production for this really light red (10.5%!) which is both earthy and supple. Black cherry aromas with a slight smoky element.
Les Terres Promises, Apostrophe (Provence) – The best value Provencal rosé we’ve tried, showing red berries and spice with both freshness and length.
Alessandro Viola, Note Di Bianco (Sicily) – 100% Grillo with energic vitality from an exceptional terroir on the north coast. Both citrussy and saline.
Domaine Plageoles, Mauzac Nature (Gaillac) - The Plageoles Family has been making wine in the Gaillac across seven generations. This sparkling wine is cloudy with fine bubbles and aromas of wild orchards. Great for an aperitif or at any time of the day!